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Epona Fries

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Hi, I have a Razer Deathadder (3500 DPI) and I can use the software in Windows no problem but when I try to configure the mouse with the Mac software it says "No Mouse Detected!" I can use the mouse normally but I cannot change the functions of the buttons. I think it may be related to having a Hackintosh. I am running Snow Leopard 10.6.2 with the latest Razer driver. The mouse shows up under the USB section of System Profiler. Help!

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usb overdrive

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yes, USB overdrive would work but I would like to use the Deathadder application although in the mean time that is certainly an option.

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The driver is only 32bit.. will not work in 64bit.

BTW, the disable acceleration check box does not remove mouse acceleration.

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so..any update?is the driver working on hackintosh?

im using DA too...so i like to know is it working with hackintosh?with 32 / 64 bit?

thx,,

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The driver is only 32bit.. will not work in 64bit.


confirm, I switch to 32bit kernel and it works.
BTW, it's the windows version ( black color )

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http://www.razersupp...nloaditemid=423

This does work for the Deathadder 3500. Running on Snow Leopard 10.6.2 64-Bit

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Roa thanks that solved it for me.

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http://www.razersupp...nloaditemid=423

This does work for the Deathadder 3500. Running on Snow Leopard 10.6.2 64-Bit


I tried that but when I plug the mouse in it does nothing other than light up. I also downloaded usb overdrive like some other people said but that doesn't do anything either!

Can someone help me?





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